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  1. In this instance though what would constitute a ton of RGB ? 1 x Capellix AIO, 10 x Corsair QL RGB fans all controlled via a Commander Core, Commander Pro and Lighting Node ?
  2. A bit far out there but I'd love to see a tempered glass mouse pad for ultra smooth gliding.
  3. So I'm trying to find the Corsair HD120 RGB fans which in my opinion are Corsairs best looking fans to date, Decent static pressure and airflow too, Sadly for whatever reason Corsair decided to go with fisher price looking fans like the LL and QL and discontinued the HD line, In the UK does anyone know of anywhere selling any ? Trying to get my hands on 3 x 120's to finish my build but it's proving difficult without paying extortionate prices on ebay.
  4. 1 thing I'd love to see as an optional purchase in the Corsair store for the 5000 series is a new vented side panel, Made in the same style as the 5000D Airflow front panel.
  5. Oh well, Guess it's time for a different brand then, Shame really as your newer fans look horrendous and cheap.
  6. Maybe the programmers could implement a section within iCUE 4 for legacy hardware ?
  7. If you come out with a K65 sporting OPX switches this'll be an instant purchase for me, The hollow sound I can easily fix myself with some foam/neoprene or you could spend a few cents per keyboard and implement this yourselves during manufacturing :winking:
  8. Helping a friend build a new rig and for fans he wanted to go with the very slick looking Corsair HDRGB's, These - As I also have 8 of them in my system he loves the looks, They perform well and look very clean, No garish gamery angles, Just clean looks but getting them is nigh impossible, So far we've only managed to get 3x120's and that's it. Have you discontinued these in favour of your newer garish cheapy looking fans ?
  9. Bit of a concern there bud, You are basically saying Corsair products have a "use by date" of around 4 years, This is quite the red flag.
  10. As far as I can see it's a general issue with iCUE 4 even after doing a clean installation, I went back to the latest release of iCUE 3 and there are zero problems. Also in your next update of iCUE 4, Don't have iCUE run background processes like "Corsair MSI Motherboard" or "Corsair Headset" etc... these are totally unnecessary for the people like myself that don't own an MSI motherboard or a Corsair headset, The former of which actually kept my CPU pinged at boost clock speeds when idle, I killed the process and my clocks when back to normal, Temps came down etc... Maybe even go so far as to include a check list during installation for the bare minimum so no unnecessary bloat gets installed.
  11. Upon first boot my ram, Vengeance Pro RGB, Is not the colour I set it in iCUE. I have it set to green but for some reason upon first boot all the sticks are red, I have to go in and manually change it each time.
  12. It's a nice looking keyboard but there are a few issues with it. General Build The general structure is solid but there is a lot of empty space inside the chassis beneath the PCB which gives a very echo/hollow sound profile while using it, This could've easily been averted by using some thick neoprene or other space filling foam material to fill in the hollow and absorb sound, The custom keyboard community does this all the time and it works very well and is super cheap. Key Switch Quality I'm not sure if this first batch of Cherry Red and Speeds are just a bit wonky but I've heard 6 different K65's now, 5 in video reviews and 1 in person having used a friends, He works at a big computer retail store, All the switches have a horrible spring "tinging" sound, Dimitri at Hardware Canucks noted this as well. Choice of Switches The standard mechanical switches mixed with the 8000Hz polling rate, This mix makes absolutely no sense other than to check a marketing box as standard mechanicals cannot take advantage of this, Optical switches like those found in Razers Huntsman line or Roccats Vulcan Optical line however can and Razers Huntsman Mini is roughly the same price as the K65, Optical switches, Not to be confused with analogue, Would've been a far more logical choice especially when paired with 8K polling. I'll wait a while and see if you come out with a V2 to part with my money, It's promising you actually listened to the community, Me being one who also asked in these very forums, But some due diligence on 60% keyboards prior to design and manufacturing would've paid off, You could've quite literally spent a couple of days doing research on YouTubes expansive custom keyboard videos, Reddits very large custom keyboard community, Come out the other side with much better design choices and been a true stand out among keyboards on the market, Sadly not though, Details matter.
  13. 1 thing that needs to be amended is unnecessary tasks running in the background, I do not own an MSI motherboard but with iCUE 4 there is a "Corsair MSI motherboard" task running that uses up to 7% of my CPU and keeps clocks high when they don't need to be.
  14. Don't forget to give it a detachable USB-C cable :D:
  15. Just curious but are there any plans or even hints of a 60% keyboard coming out ? Personally I'm not too keen on big keyboards, Even the K65 LUX is too big for my tastes.
  16. Appreciate the info thank you ! I don't know if this will get to anyone in the correct department but a friendly customer suggestion for future headsets, Give them all replaceable ear cushions, This gives the customer an option to replace damaged cushions which is a selling point, It's why I've generally steered clear of Corsairs headsets.
  17. Download Windows 10 free directly from Microsofts site using their media creation tool, It takes less than 5 minutes to install Windows 10 from a USB stick and you do not need to buy a license to use it in the short term, Update your drives firmware and you're done then boot back into Linux.... or you can continue posting and maybe in a few years get Linux support, Or maybe never as Linux users are a niche within a niche.
  18. Looking at getting a headset but want to get one with user replaceable ear cushions, Do Corsair have any or should I look elsewhere ?
  19. I got a little notification of a firmware update for my H115i Pro XT RGB, Went to update it, It completed but still shows as the older 1.01.22 and not the new 1.1.22, I'm guessing it's an issue with my internet not being the most stable, As iCUE does give the option to do a manual update is there any way to get my hands on the actual firmware file itself ?
  20. At the moment there are 4 x different Corsair 280mm AIO's being sold on the market - H115i Pro RGB H115i Pro XT RGB H115i Platinum RGB H115i Elite Capellix RGB It would be useful if you guys had a comparison for potential buyers, Outside of adding more LED's, What are the actual differences ? Are there pump differences ? Are there cold plate differences ? Are there radiator differences ? It's all well and good releasing a new AIO fairly often but an actively updated page on your main site showing the differences between all 240's, 280's and 360's would be very useful, If you want me to give you money for a product you have to show me why I should buy your new RGB Pro iCE TEA XT Max Flow Pro RGB Pro RGB over keeping my existing cooling solution.
  21. Currently I own a Commander Pro and it's very useful, I have my H150i and my RMi PSU also plugged into the USB ports for monitoring and controlling. Is there any chance you may bring out a version of the Commander Pro, With 2 x USB ports, That also has the 24 pin for the Capellix ? I do want to get one of the new Capellix equipped coolers but don't want to forgo the USB header functionality of the Commander Pro which is useful for monitoring RMi PSU stats. Also maybe increase the amount of fans w/LED's we can attach to it as a fair few people, Myself included, Have upwards of 8 x Corsair RGB fans. Rough example -
  22. Dicehunter

    Air 540 V2 ?

    @Corsair An idea for an updated Air 540 seeing as though it's still in stock pretty much everywhere so you know it's popular, I know you guys brought out the 680X and 740 but these were not good replacements for the 540, The 740 was just fugly as hell and the 680X while it looks gorgeous has some of the worst airflow of any case around as well as a fair few flat out weird design choices that make no logical sense, I have one and would like to replace it. Get the Air 540 design you have now and just build on it, And please do not get the people who designed the 680X involved... Get rid of the SSD mounts on the bottom of the case and have spaces for 2 x 140mm fans and 1 x 280mm fan filter that can be externally slid out to clean. Replace the acrylic side window with tempered glass. Update the cases IO with USB type c. Add captive thumb screws to both left and right side panels. Make the top and front of the case easier to remove to be able to clean the dust filters, Like the 540 but no screws. There we go, That's it don't touch anything else, Don't change the general design, Worthy replacement for the epic Air 540, You wouldn't even have to change the name much, Call it the Air 540V2, I'd buy that instantly.
  23. Thanks for the reply it's much appreciated, It's only really audible when I put my head around the side of the case where the PSU is situated in the Corsair 680X and when the room is very quiet, And even then it's very feint, I turned the sensitivity on the mic up just to give an idea. Again thanks for the info, Put my mind at ease :):
  24. PSU - Corsair RMi 1000w - Stock cables. GPU - AMD RX-5700XT - Not Overclocked Time - It's constant, Idle, Load, Makes no difference. Mains Voltage - UK so 230v
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